When it rains it pours
By Tor Norbye on Jun 13, 2006
I actually have pretty good reasons for my low blogging rate recently, although they're personal so I won't get into it here. But on top of everything, I've been moving to a new place, and with six years worth of accumulated stuff packing and cleaning was quite an effort. Not to mention all the small annoying things I have to deal with, like no internet service for a week (my brother who is visiting is going crazy! Especially when the cable TV hookup is going to take another full week, during the all-important soccer world cup!). Just yesterday I found out that the garbage company is refusing to establish service for me because they claim the previous tenant has not paid his bill. I still don't understand how that's my problem. Garbage company, indeed!
Here are some quickies you might find interesting.
- There is a "Developing Rich Web Applications Visually using JavaTM technology" class in San Francisco on June 20,21,22. This is being taught by the authors of the Creator Field Guide - Paul and Gail Anderson. There are just a few more seats left in this class. More information about this class can be found here.
- There's a webcast on Ajax with Java, DWR and NetBeans tomorrow (6/14) with Dave Johnson, CTO at eBusiness Applications. More information here.
- Oliver Widder did a small cartoon on the Java Posse hat mystery...